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1 AAN Meet CDN Agenda U of M Career Services Presentation, Katy Hinz, Career Center for Science and Engineering (20 min.) -How to refer students -Overview of services -Career related events -Career counseling appointments -Data (national and U of M specific) Overview of Goldpass, Emily Cronk, College of Liberal Arts Career Services (10 min.) Panel of U of M Career Services Professionals, Q&A (1 hr) Katy Hinz, Career Center for Science and Engineering Katie Selby, Business Career Center Lucy Reile, College of Design (Career and Internship Services) Sarah Covert, College of Education and Human Development Career Services Emily Cronk, College of Liberal Arts Career Servicesq

2 Undergrad Career Services CLA, CEHD, & College of Design (Mpls.) Career Services: 411 Science Teaching Student Services Career and Internship Services: CCE, CFANS, College of Design, 198 McNeal Hall & 411 Career Center for Science and Engineering: CBS and CSE, 390 Shepherd Labs (fall semester), 2 nd floor Lind Hall (spring semester) Business Career Center, Carlson Hanson Hall Center for Academic Planning and Exploration: Undecided students 511 Science Teaching Student Services Health Careers Center: Pre-Health students, Moos Tower

3 Overview of Services One-on-One Appointments Walk in Hours Resource Library Online Workshops/In Person Workshops On Campus Interviews Career Courses ] Goldpass/The Edge Employer Events: Info Sessions, Panels Career Fairs

4 U of M Career Events Government and NonProfit Career Fair -Oct Great Hall Coffman U of M Job Fair -Feb Convention Center Exploring Interests and Majors Youve Graduated, What Now? Diversity Networking Event

5 Approach in Student Appointments Counseling/student development/holistic approach Tailored to each student Help students reflect Help students create a plan Base our advice on research, not opinion Focus on skill building for future success

6 Types of Appointments Major/Career Exploration Get Experience (research, internships, volunteering etc.) Job and Internship Searching Resumes and Cover Letters Graduate School Prep Interviewing Prep and Practice Interviews

7 Stats and Data

8 Hiring Trends, National Data Overall hiring across all degrees is expected to increase 3%, hiring at the bachelors level is expected to surge by 10% The majority of employers assess their hiring needs every quarter 24% of employers do all their recruiting in the fall 60% of the respondents indicated they would be hiring interns Students who visited career services 4+ times a semester were more likely to have job offers Sources: Recruiting Trends survey and Job Outlook 2011

9 Employer Survey (2011) Results: Hiring Trends Employers view GoldPASS and The Edge as effective ways to recruit students (over 80% reported it was effective) Referrals from colleagues, Internships/co-ops, company website, college career center website, networking, and career fairs were rated the most effective ways to recruit students

10 What Employer are Seeking, National Data 77% of employers screen candidates by GPA -The most common GPA cut off is 3.0 A students major and their leadership experience are the two biggest factors in distinguishing between two qualified candidates Communication, Strong Work Ethic, Teamwork, and Analytical Skills are the most highly ranked skills by employers 72% of employers prefer to hire candidates with experience, 18% said any work experience is an asset Nearly 40% of employers indicate that they will seek candidates from across all majors Sources: Recruiting Trends survey and Job Outlook 2011

11 Employer Survey (2011) Results: What Employers are Seeking Employers ranked U of Ms ability to work in a team and interact with people different from themselves as their highest skills, second language skills were ranked the lowest Internships/co-ops and part-time work, as well as leadership experience were ranked as the most important when assessing applicants Full-time employment in lieu of involvement, international experience, and enrollment in a honors program were ranked the highest for positively effecting the evaluation of a candidate Over 70% of employers reported that it is important for students to have a broad liberal arts background

12 Goldpass

13 Panel of U of M Career Services Professionals, Q&A (1 hr) Katy Hinz, Career Center for Science and Engineering Katie Selby, Business Career Center Lucy Reile, College of Design (Career and Internship Services) Sarah Covert, College of Education and Human Development Career Services Emily Cronk, College of Liberal Arts Career Services


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